We Brits love our cars but, just like any relationship, sometimes things can get a little rusty. Meet master mechanic Fuzz Townshend and radio and TV presenter Tim Shaw, a petrol-head pair who undertake dramatic automobile interventions across the UK, hoping to return some much-loved motors to their former glory. With a tight deadline to turn each job around without the owners knowing, find out how these neglected classics fell in need of a little loving care – and what Fuzz and Tim can do to get them back on the road.
Fuzz Townshend and Tim Shaw face a race against time to restore a 1980s Porsche 911 suffering from almost terminal rustWatch Now:iTunes
Today Tim and Fuzz are off to Leeds to take on one of the most beautiful British sports cars that no one has ever heard of - the AC Aceca.
Tim and Fuzz head to Eastbourne on a quest to secretly restore a 1962 Mini Cooper S and transform it into a Monte Carlo-winning replica.Watch Now:Amazon
General Motors was a late entrant to the hot hatch market - but when it did turn up to the party, it did so with an amazingly effective offering.
Tim and Fuzz travel the country searching for cars that have seen better days, and owners who need a helping hand restoring them. This episode focuses on the 1928 Austin 12 Tourer.Watch Now:iTunes
Tim and Fuzz head to Portsmouth on a mission to rescue an ex-navy diver’s Triumph Stag and hopefully put a smile back on his face.Watch Now:iTunes
The Hutchings-Clarke family all drive Ford Anglias, except James, whose own model doesn't even have an engine. Will the guys manage to rescue it?Watch Now:iTunes
Fuzz Townshend and Tim Shaw come across an Escort RS that has seen better days and help bring it back to peak condition.Watch Now:iTunes
Fuzz Townshend and Tim Shaw head to Berkshire where they hope to surprise the loving owner of a Daimler SP250 'Dart' by secretly restoring his classic sports carWatch Now:iTunes
Today Tim and Fuzz are off to West Sussex to rescue an iconic 1970s motor - the first truly successful Japanese car export - the Datsun 240z.
Tim and Fuzz head to Norfolk where a once sporty French hot hatch awaits. The car belongs to 21-year-old student Senna who comes from a family of petrol heads.
Tim and Fuzz take on their first ever rally car , an 1989 Peugeot 205GTi that turns out to not be all that it purports to be. The car belongs to veterinary surgeon Jeremy a once keen amateur rally driver whose racing ambitions were curtailed when his wife developed brain cancer. Former Monte Carlo winner and race legend Paddy Hopkirk joins the team to give Jeremy a day to remember.
Tim and Fuzz are taking on their 100th car, which is also going to be their first electric conversion - a 1978 MG, which the owner inherited from her father.
Tim and Fuzz take on a neglected 1988 Fiat Uno Turbo belonging to former car salesman Gerry, who has been struck down with ill health
Rover-lover Steve’s health issues have ended his dreams of renovating his 1972 P6. Can the guys beat the odds and save Steve's beloved car?Watch Now:iTunes
Fuzz Townshend and Tim Shaw secretly restore more classic motors, beginning with a historic racing car - the Austin Healey Sebring Sprite - so that Stirling Moss can get back behind the wheel.
A Car S.O.S. call comes in for a BMW 2002 Turbo, but it becomes apparent that this legendary motor might prove a restoration challenge too far.
Tim and Fuzz take on a 1993 Toyota Supra Mk.4 owned by former competitive motorcycle racer Lisa, who after a road accident is no longer able to ride her beloved bikes.
Fuzz Townshend and Tim Shaw restore a sports car for a former ambulance driver in Plymouth, who was forced to abandon the project for health reasons.Watch Now:iTunes
Tim and Fuzz restore a Japanese sports car with an innovative, unusual rotary engine - a 1992 Mazda RX-7 that has been standing idle and has fallen into disrepair - for its owner, charity worker Conor